Cherrapunji has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'News of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Cherrapunji had the highest popularity figure in February this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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Recent News
Beautiful Waterfalls and Living Root Bridges in Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

[...] valleys and foaming rivers, ensconced in whirling clouds and perked up on an escarpment, lies Cherrapunji (4,500 feets). This can be a stunning location and also the year-round rain attained [...]

bharatvillages.com

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Northeast Witness Deficient Rainfall for 2nd Consecutive Monsoon

[...] 's geographical area. "Until a few years back, the region witnessed heavy rainfall and Cherrapunji and Mawsynram in Meghalaya have the distinction being rainiest places in the world. Now [...]

northeasttoday.in

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Strange and Unusual Trees

[...] form of arboriculture practiced in the forests of northern India. The rubber trees of the Cherrapunji have been exploited for centuries by the Khasis people to grow their own bridges over streams [...]

pennystockjournal.blogspot.com

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Travel Drama in Meghalaya and Assam (Northeast India)

[...] I’m back in Cherrapunjee for the second time and will stay here for a week or so. Cherrapunjee is called the “wettest place on earth” because it rains a lot here. It’s a very small village [...]

mariaerving.com

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Top 10 Most Incredible Waterfalls in the World

[...] near Cherrapunji, which is one of the wettest places on earth [...]

pinspopulars.com

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My Experience As A Woman Traveling Alone In North-East India

[...] was nice to get a glimpse of a living one. Pitcher plant in Mawlynnong I then started off for Cherrapunjee. The rainiest place on earth turned out to be the sunniest place I visited so far! [...]

womensweb.in

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Travel Photo of the Day: Noh Kalikai Falls, India

[...] ! Noh Kalikai Falls is one of India’s highest single plunge waterfalls of India. Located near Cherrapunji in the state of Meghalaya, this rain fed water source plunges from a height of 1,115 feet [...]

beontheroad.com

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46 Lakh Metric Tonnes Coal Yet to be Transported: Meghalaya

[...] export is still lying in parts of Meghalaya.There were also reports of fresh mining activities in Sohra as noticed by the commissioners appointed by National Green Tribunal (NGT).As the last date for [...]

northeasttoday.in

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News of Branch Centres : 01 November 2015

[...] , Karimganj, Lucknow, Malda, Medinipur, Mumbai, Patna, Port Blair, Rahara, Shella (under Cherrapunji), Shillong, Silchar and Varanasi Advaita Ashrama. Shri V Shanmuganathan, Governor of Meghalaya, [...]

belurmath.org

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One Rank One Pension : A proud daughter of a proud Artillery Veteran writes to Modi

[...] politicians and bureaucrats get yourself back packed and perched in Kargil, Jaisalmer, Cherrapunji, Tawang, Siachin or in the Arabian Sea for a month each with the men, like the men and [...]

indianmilitaryveterans.blogspot.com

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Cherrapunji – Where Bridges Grow!

[...] Located in the East Khasi Hills district in the state of Meghalaya, Cherrapunji (officially called Sohra) is often touted as the wettest place on Earth. It holds the world [...]

adventurenation.com

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